Sales of "Go Set a Watchman" and "Between the World and Me" were neck and neck at Greenlight Bookstore.
The popular outdoor market will end after Columbus Day weekend.
The series finale of the AMC drama will be this Sunday, May 17.
After 76 years in business, Park Slope's beloved Polish market is closing its doors.
De Blasio and Sen. Chuck Schumer rode the train to get Congress to pass a long-term transportation bill.
Get in the holiday spirit with these volunteering and donating opportunities this season.
Irene Spear said in a lawsuit that there was little to no oversight at the BRC shelter in Chelsea.
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Catch up on some of DNAinfo New York's most popular stories of the week.
From a barking deer to grazing goats, the city is full of curious (and cute) creatures.
A workers' rights group guides employers on how to pay a living wage and treat people with respect.
Staff at a Bed-Stuy school serving children in need want to throw a carnival for their students.
High rents in Brooklyn pushed Manufacture New York to open its first fashion incubator in Midtown.
The building asked the Department of Sanitation to include it in its roll out of organics pick-up.
Sun In Bloom, a Park Slope vegan eatery, is aiming for a Jan. 11 opening of its new TriBeCa location.
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